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The Daniel Boone TV Series ~ Season 1 (1964-1965)

1 1 "Ken-Tuck-E" 1964·Sep·24
2 2 "Tekawitha McLeod" 1964·Oct·01
3 3 "My Brother's Keeper" 1964·Oct·08
4 4 "The Family Fluellen" 1964·Oct·22
5 5 "The Choosing" 1964·Oct·29
6 6 "Lac Duquesne" 1964·Nov·05
7 7 "The Sound of Wings" 1964·Nov·12
8 8 "A Short Walk to Salem" 1964·Nov·19
9 9 "The Sisters O'Hannrahan" 1964·Dec·03
10 10 "Pompey" 1964·Dec·10
11 11 "Mountain of the Dead" 1964·Dec·17
12 12 "Not in Our Stars" 1964·Dec·31
13 13 "The Hostages" 1965·Jan·07
14 14 "The Returning" 1965·Jan·14
15 15 "The Prophet" 1965·Jan·21
16 16 "The First Stone" 1965·Jan·28
17 17 "A Place of 1000 Spirits" 1965·Feb·04
18 18 "The Sound of Fear" 1965·Feb·11
19 19 "The Price of Friendship" 1965·Feb·18
20 20 "The Quietists" 1965·Feb·25
21 21 "The Devil's Four" 1965·Mar·04
22 22 "The Reunion" 1965·Mar·11
23 23 "The Ben Franklin Encounter" 1965·Mar·18
24 24 "Four-Leaf Clover" 1965·Mar·25
25 25 "Cain's Birthday (Part 1)" 1965·Apr·01
26 26 "Cain's Birthday (Part 2)" 1965·Apr·08
27 27 "Daughter of the Devil" 1965·Apr·15
28 28 "Doll of Sorrow" 1965·Apr·22
29 29 "The Courtship of Jericho Jones" 1965·Apr·29

The Daniel Boone TV Series ~ Season 2 (1965-1966)

1 30 "Empire of the Lost" 1965·Sep·16
2 31 "The Tortoise and the Hare" 1965·Sep·23
3 32 "The Mound Builders" 1965·Sep·30
4 33 "My Name Is Rawls" 1965·Oct·07
5 34 "The Old Man and the Cave" 1965·Oct·14
6 35 "The Trek" 1965·Oct·21
7 36 "The Aaron Burr Story" 1965·Oct·28
8 37 "Cry of Gold" 1965·Nov·04
9 38 "The Peace Tree" 1965·Nov·11
10 39 "The Thanksgiving Story" 1965·Nov·25
11 40 "A Rope for Mingo" 1965·Dec·02
12 41 "The First Beau" 1965·Dec·09
13 42 "The Perilous Journey" 1965·Dec·16
14 43 "The Christmas Story" 1965·Dec·23
15 44 "The Tamarack Massacre Affair" 1965·Dec·30
16 45 "Gabriel" 1966·Jan·06
17 46 "Seminole Territory" 1966·Jan·13
18 47 "The Deserter" 1966·Jan·20
19 48 "Crisis by Fire" 1966·Jan·27
20 49 "The Gun" 1966·Feb·03
21 50 "The Prisoners" 1966·Feb·10
22 51 "The Fifth Man" 1966·Feb·17
23 52 "The Gun-Barrel Highway" 1966·Feb·24
24 53 "The Search" 1966·Mar·03
25 54 "Fifty Rifles" 1966·Mar·10
26 55 "The Trap" 1966·Mar·17
27 56 "The Accused" 1966·Mar·24
28 57 "Cibola" 1966·Mar·31
29 58 "The High Cumberland (Part 1)" 1966·Apr·14
30 59 "The High Cumberland (Part 2)" 1966·Apr·21

The Daniel Boone TV Series ~ Season 3 (1966-1967)

1 60 "Dan'l Boone Shot a B'ar" 1966·Sep·15
2 61 "The Allegiances" 1966·Sep·22
3 62 "Goliath" 1966·Sep·29
4 63 "Grizzly" 1966·Oct·06
5 64 "First in War, First in Peace" 1966·Oct·13
6 65 "Run a Crooked Mile" 1966·Oct·20
7 66 "The Matchmaker" 1966·Oct·27
8 67 "Onatha" 1966·Nov·03
9 68 "The Loser's Race" 1966·Nov·10
10 69 "The Enchanted Gun" 1966·Nov·17
11 70 "Requiem for Craw Green" 1966·Dec·01
12 71 "The Lost Colony" 1966·Dec·08
13 72 "River Passage" 1966·Dec·15
14 73 "When a King Is a Pawn" 1966·Dec·22
15 74 "The Symbol" 1966·Dec·29
16 75 "The Williamsburg Cannon (Part 1)" 1967·Jan·12
17 76 "The Williamsburg Cannon (Part 2)" 1967·Jan·19
18 77 "The Wolf Man" 1967·Jan·26
19 78 "The Jasper Ledbedder Story" 1967·Feb·02
20 79 "When I Became a Man, I Put Away Childish Things" 1967·Feb·09
21 80 "The Long Way Home" 1967·Feb·16
22 81 "The Young Ones" 1967·Feb·23
23 82 "Delo Jones" 1967·Mar·02
24 83 "The Necklace" 1967·Mar·09
25 84 "Fort West Point" 1967·Mar·23
26 85 "Bitter Mission" 1967·Mar·30
27 86 "Take the Southbound Stage" 1967·Apr·06
28 87 "The Fallow Land" 1967·Apr·13

DANIEL BOONE TV SHOW SERIES ~ Season 4 (1967-1968)

1 88 "The Ballad of Sidewinder and the Cherokee" 1967·Sep·14
2 89 "The Ordeal of Israel Boone" 1967·Sep·21
3 90 "The Renegade" 1967·Sep·28
4 91 "Tanner" 1967·Oct·05
5 92 "Beaumarchais" 1967·Oct·12
6 93 "The King's Shilling" 1967·Oct·19
7 94 "The Inheritance" 1967·Oct·26
8 95 "The Traitor" 1967·Nov·02
9 96 "The Value of a King" 1967·Nov·09
10 97 "The Desperate Raid" 1967·Nov·16
11 98 "The Spanish Horse" 1967·Nov·23
12 99 "Chief Mingo" 1967·Dec·07
13 100 "The Secret Code" 1967·Dec·14
14 101 "A Matter of Blood" 1967·Dec·28
15 102 "The Scrimshaw Ivory Chart" 1968·Jan·04
16 103 "The Impostor" 1968·Jan·18
17 104 "The Witnesses" 1968·Jan·25
18 105 "The Flaming Rocks" 1968·Feb·01
19 106 "Then Who Will They Hang from the Yardarm if Willy Gets Away?" 1968·Feb·08
20 107 "The Spanish Fort" 1968·Feb·15
21 108 "Hero's Welcome" 1968·Feb·22
22 109 "Orlando, the Prophet" 1968·Feb·29
23 110 "The Far Side of Fury" 1968·Mar·07
24 111 "Nightmare" 1968·Mar·14
25 112 "Thirty Pieces of Silver" 1968·Mar·28
26 113 "Faith's Way" 1968·Apr·04

The Daniel Boone TV Series ~ Season 5 (1968-1969)

1 114 "Be Thankful for the Fickleness of Women" 1968·Sep·19
2 115 "The Blackbirder" 1968·Oct·03
3 116 "The Dandy" 1968·Oct·10
4 117 "The Fleeing Nuns" 1968·Oct·24
5 118 "The Plague That Came to Ford's Run" 1968·Oct·31
6 119 "The Bait" 1968·Nov·07
7 120 "Big, Black and Out There" 1968·Nov·14
8 121 "Flag of Truce" 1968·Nov·21
9 122 "The Valley of the Sun" 1968·Nov·28
10 123 "The Patriot" 1968·Dec·05
11 124 "The Return of Sidewinder" 1968·Dec·12
12 125 "Minnow for a Shark" 1969·Jan·02
13 126 "To Slay a Giant" 1969·Jan·09
14 127 "A Tall Tale of Prater Beasley" 1969·Jan·16
15 128 "Copperhead Izzy" 1969·Jan·30
16 129 "Three Score and Ten" 1969·Feb·06
17 130 "Jonah" 1969·Feb·13
18 131 "Bickford's Bridge" 1969·Feb·20
19 132 "A Touch of Charity" 1969·Feb·27
20 133 "For Want of a Hero" 1969·Mar·06
21 134 "Love and Equity" 1969·Mar·13
22 135 "The Allies" 1969·Mar·27
23 136 "A Man Before His Time" 1969·Apr·03
24 137 "For a Few Rifles" 1969·Apr·10
25 138 "Sweet Molly Malone" 1969·Apr·17
26 139 "A Pinch of Salt" 1969·May·01

The Daniel Boone TV Series ~ Season 6 (1969-1970)

1 140 "A Very Small Rifle" 1969·Sep·18
2 141 "The Road to Freedom" 1969·Oct·02
3 142 "Benvenuto... Who?" 1969·Oct·09
4 143 "The Man" 1969·Oct·16
5 144 "The Printing Press" 1969·Oct·23
6 145 "The Traitor" 1969·Oct·30
7 146 "The Grand Alliance" 1969·Nov·13
8 147 "Target Boone" 1969·Nov·20
9 148 "A Bearskin for Jamie Blue" 1969·Nov·27
10 149 "The Cache" 1969·Dec·04
11 150 "The Terrible Tarbots" 1969·Dec·11
12 151 "Hannah Comes Home" 1969·Dec·25
13 152 "An Angel Cried" 1970·Jan·08
14 153 "Perilous Passage" 1970·Jan·15
15 154 "The Sunshine Patriots" 1970·Jan·22
16 155 "Mama Cooper" 1970·Feb·05
17 156 "Before the Tall Man" 1970·Feb·12
18 157 "Run for the Money" 1970·Feb·19
19 158 "A Matter of Vengeance" 1970·Feb·26
20 159 "The Landlords" 1970·Mar·05
21 160 "Readin', Ritin', and Revoltin'" 1970·Mar·12
22 161 "Noblesse Oblige" 1970·Mar·26
23 162 "The Homecoming" 1970·Apr·09
24 163 "Bringing Up Josh" 1970·Apr·16
25 164 "How to Become a Goddess" 1970·Apr·30
26 165 "Israel and Love" 1970·May·07

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When Fess Parker first came on the scene in the mid fifties as Walt Disney's DAVY CROCKETT, he became a worldwide sensation, the most popular figure of that time, as popular as Elvis Presley or the Beatles which followed, Everyone wanted a Davy Crockett hat and buckskin jacket. But there were only 5 episodes of Davy Crockett, so naturally the demand for more resulted in the Daniel Boone series, cloning one of the most exciting heroic figures of all time. Season 1 is Black/White, but all the other 5 seasons are in color, unfortunately there are no extra features included in this set, so none of the interviews are available as in the original release.

The lineup of guest stars is fantastic and include Kurt Russell, Jim Davis, Jimmy Dean (regular role), Cesar Romero, Fabian, Jay Silverheels, Burl Ives, James Doohan, Torin Tatcher, Michael Rennie, Forrest Tucker, John Davidson, Roger Miller, Kenneth Tobey, Vincent Price, George Gobel, Ricardo Montalban, Shelley Fabares, Jack Elam, Jack Kelly, George Kennedy, Jodie Foster, Victor Buono, Robert Lansing, John Russell, Ron Howard, Jeff York and many others.

The following is a recap of all 6 seasons.

Daniel Boone Tv Show Season 1
Hollywood legend Fess Parker stars in this entertaining family series as iconic American frontiersman Daniel Boone. Pulled from the pages of history, the first season of this popular show follows the story of Boone, his family and the other residents of Boonesville, Kentucky, as they set out to create new lives for themselves. Despite challenges the settlers face from the British, and from Natives recruited to fight the Kentuckians, there is much hope for a peaceful coexistence in this beautiful, unspoiled territory.

Daniel Boone Tv Show Season 2
In the second season of this history-inspired American adventure, Daniel Boone's (Fess Parker) friendship with Mingo (Ed Ames) deepens as the two face more dangers. Boone, his wife Rebecca (Patricia Blair) and their family must also stand their ground when the British attack Boonesborough, and when misunderstandings lead to hostilities between Natives and settlers. From helping an escaped slave to pondering the impact of the Louisiana purchase, the Kentucky homesteader continues to be a trusted friend to all who seek a peaceful life in the budding new nation.

Daniel Boone Tv Show Season 3
The frontier adventure continues in the series' third exciting season as Daniel Boone (Fess Parker) and his family face attempted land grabs, kidnappings and visits from some very impressive dignitaries who wind up in trouble! When President George Washington shows up in Kentucky, Boone and Mingo (Ed Ames) find themselves in the dangerous position of trying to protect him from assassination. A French prince also needs help from the Boone family, and Rebecca (Patricia Blair) engages in a heroic rescue of her own in this exciting family favorite.

Daniel Boone Tv Show Season 4
Fess Parker returns as wilderness adventurer Daniel Boone in the fourth exciting season of the classic series set on the American frontier. As the years go by in Boonesborough, Kentucky, Daniel and his wife Rebecca (Patricia Blair) become even more dedicated to their homestead - and to maintaining their freedom from British rule. Their son Israel (Darby Hinton) faces new challenges as he approaches young manhood, and Daniel finds himself learning secret military codes and dealing with artillery that will either protect or harm the settlers.

Daniel Boone Tv Show Season 5
The pioneer spirit is alive and well as Season 5 of the exciting adventure series based on American history thunders back onto the scene! Daniel Boone (Fess Parker) continues to stand strong in the causes of freedom and safety for his fellow settlers. Always ready to help anyone in need, during this season, Boone finds himself serving as everything from a negotiator between Native and settler to a crime sleuth to a matchmaker in this acclaimed show that the whole family will love!

Daniel Boone Tv Show Season 6
Fess Parker returns as American history icon Daniel Boone in the popular show that has brought quality family entertainment to enthusiastic viewers across the globe. Boone's talents as a rugged frontier man are often matched by his diplomacy and manners. In Season 6, he forms an alliance with John Chapman (aka Johnny Appleseed), who helps maintain peace with the Natives. Boone also steps in to help Benjamin Franklin preserve free speech and autonomy for the new nation in this exciting final season of one of the world's most beloved series.

Daniel Boone TV Show Theme Song

(Daniel Boone TV Show Theme Song Lyrics by Vera Matson, Music by Lionel Newman)

Daniel Boone was a man,
Yes, a big man!
With an eye like an eagle
And as tall as a mountain was he!

Daniel Boone was a man,
Yes, a big man!
He was brave, he was fearless
And as tough as a mighty oak tree!

From the coonskin cap on the top of ol' Dan
To the heel of his rawhide shoe;
The rippin'est, roarin'est, fightin'est man
The frontier ever knew!

Daniel Boone was a man,
Yes, a big man!
And he fought for America
To make all Americans free!

What a Boone! What a doer!
What a dream come-er-true-er was he!

Daniel Boone was a man!
Yes, a big man!
With a whoop and a holler
he c'd mow down a forest of trees!

Daniel Boone was a man!
Yes, a big man!
If he frowned at a river
In July all the water would freeze!

But a peaceable, pioneer fella was Dan
When he smiled all the ice would thaw!
The singin'est, laughin'est, happiest man
The frontier ever saw!

Daniel Boone was a man!
Yes, a big man!
With a dream of a country that'd
Always forever be free!

What a Boone! What a do-er!
What a dream-come-er-true-er was he!

Daniel Boone TV Show Theme Song. (Copyright 1964, 1966 Twentieth Century Music Corporation, New York, NY)

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A Total of 165 Full Episodes of Daniel Boone tv show episodes where made from 1964 to 1970.

Daniel Boone is an American action-adventure television series starring Fess Parker as Daniel Boone that aired from September 24, 1964 to September 10, 1970 on NBC for 165 episodes, and was made by 20th Century Fox Television. Ed Ames co-starred as Mingo, Boone's Cherokee friend, for the first four seasons of the series. Albert Salmi portrayed Boone's companion Yadkin in season one only. Dallas McKennon portrayed innkeeper Cincinnatus. Country Western singer-actor Jimmy Dean was a featured actor as Josh Clements during the 1968–1970 seasons. Actor and former NFL football player Rosey Grier made regular appearances as Gabe Cooper in the 1969 to 1970 season. The show was broadcast "in living color" beginning in fall 1965, the second season, and was shot entirely in California and Kanab, Utah. List of Daniel Boone episodes

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Davy Crockett is one of Walt Disney's most endeared and remembered live action characters. He was presented to American audiences by Walt Disney on the Disneyland TV Show in 1954. He was personified by Fess Parker beloved ever after by his sincere portrayal. This colorful and entertaining character was first seen in three episodes from the TV show ("Davy Crockett, Indian Fighter," "Davy Crockett Goes to Congress" and "Davy Crockett at the Alamo"). Parker, with his coonskin cap and homespun drawl and witticism created a nationwide phenomenon in 1954. Who can forget "The Ballad Of Davy Crockett" composed by George Bruns and Tom Blackburn. Buddy Ebsen played his sidekick George Russel, whose adventures take them from Tennessee to Washington, D.C. to the Alamo in the first three episodes. The series' third episode focusing on the defense of the Alamo, though well remembered, is somewhat labored until we see the final image of Davy Crockett passing into legend and glory. This straightforward and beautifully photographed series expounds the virtues of honesty, integrity and bravery. The country could not get enough of Davy so he and George Russel returned in 1955 for two more episodes ("Davy Crockett's Keel Boat Race" and "Davy Crockett and the River Pirates"). For Davy Crockett's second season on television the show was retitled "The Legends of Davy Crockett." The necessary title change came about because we had seen Davy come to his end defending the Alamo and Walt Disney wanted to continue bringing us his adventures. "Davy Crockett's Keel Boat Race" is about a riverboat race between Davy and another American folklore hero Mike Fink. "Davy Crockett and the River Pirates" is about Davy's attempt to stop an Indian uprising with Mike Fink's assistance. In some ways these two episodes are the best. Davy Crockett appears less the frontier fighter and more the good-natured peacemaker in these episodes. The riverboat race with Mike Fink is very entertaining and a high point in Disney's American frontier live action adventures. I don't even think John Ford could have filmed this sequence any better. Kenneth Tobey, who worked with John Ford, is excellent in a great comedic part (Fess Parker made note of Tobey's performance in a supplemental interview on the DVD). Walt Disney gave this actor a chance to demonstrate his great versatility and range as an actor. Also, Mike Fink's boats may look a little familiar since they are the basis for the riverboat ride at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World. That's a nice nostalgic tie in! Bert Glennon's cinematography is beautifully picturesque as ever and is matched seamlessly with some very effective glass shot special effects by Peter Ellenshaw. This is one of the best DVDs to come from the Disney vaults. Walt Disney introduces each of the five episodes exactly as they were originally presented on the Disneyland TV Show. The Supplemental Features on this DVD are above and beyond what I had expected. Most of Disney's DVD extras seem to concentrate on the technical aspects of the feature presentation. This DVD focused more on the phenomenon that the legend of Davy Crockett created and the affect it had and continues to have on those who were brought up in those times. There are two exceptional Features: "A Conversation with Fess Parker" and "The Davy Crockett Craze." "The Gallery" of photos and memorabilia is also excellent. "A Conversation with Fess Parker" really hit home with me. Fess Parker appeared to be the genuine article that he was. In a world of eroded morals filled with dirt and filth everywhere you turn it was more than comforting to hear Fess Parker's fond recollections of his portrayal and the ideals that Walt immortalized through the tales of this legendary character. If your eyes feel a little watery its because your remembering a time not so long ago when our heroes were real heroes. This is one of the best and should help keep the legend alive for those that lived it, those that loved it and for those that will someday be touched by it.

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